Assembly (Former Employee) – New Bern, NC – October 6, 2015
This place is almost like high school, where you have those that love a little drama here and there. It's not that bad to work, depending on the department. Sometimes attitudes can be all over the place.
Distribution Specialist 1 (Former Employee) – Kinston, NC – September 30, 2015
Some of the people were nice &some were not. But for the most part i really enjoyed my job &really wish i could go back one day. Some were actually good people. they will help you if they could. I loved the way they rewarded us for good work and made sure if we had any problems they were there. Just be careful who u talk to.
Manager (Former Employee) – North Olmsted, OH – September 24, 2015
Moen is an average company with great hardworking people. I've worked for worse and better companies. Archaic systems are the biggest challenges at Moen. Expect there to be a good old boys group that is very overt about it. Overall, it was decent. If you work hard and keep your mouth shut, you will eventually get promoted slowly.
People worked hard and cared about their work. Very team oriented.
Quality Auditor/ Final Inspector of product (Former Employee) – North Carolina – August 10, 2015
Fun yet demanding work, I was a Quality Process Auditor/Inspector in which i overlooked 60+ production workers and their job performance. Also inspected final assembled products before being shipped out.
consistant work hours
sometimes had to work 7 days straight 10 hour days
Design Intern - Moen Sponsored Project (Former Employee) – Savannah, GA – July 28, 2015
This essentially was an internship with Moen, but at my university's location (SCAD Savannah). During this work time, I experienced taking part in project managing, graphic design, and industrial/product design. The industrial/product design parts of the class were in focus of heavy researching, sketching and mock-up/modeling our final designs. The final products went through many iterations before they were finished and required hours of work, but we were all quiet proud and happy to present them to the representatives of Moen, the Martin Agency, and Traditional Home at the end. They were quiet pleased with the results.
Moen advanced their SAP footprint to include Tool Management for in-house and subcontract production. This was very challenging in that the process had to be a global solution. The tem was very dedicated in accomplishing their goals.
Assembler/Production (Former Employee) – New Bern, NC – June 25, 2015
A typical day at Moen began at 5:30 in the morning and ended anywhere between 3:30 and 3:50 which involved working about 9 and 3/4 of an hours a day. I did not mind working that many hours, but the pay and benefits were not good so I never felt fully compensated for all the hard work.
My work experience with Adecco taught me that working hard isn't enough to be financially successful.
I enjoyed working with my fellow employees, but did not have much contact with management.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the fast-paced atmosphere and the demand in creating a quality product.
The hardest part of the job was being tired at the end day.
Production Associate (Former Employee) – Sanford, NC – June 18, 2015
This was the best job I ever had. The Supervisor was very upfront about the pay and when we would get our pay raises. They did not hold your raises at all. I was a regular employee not temporary. When I worked there it was a good place to work. I enjoyed it the entire time.
Great job for a new designer, became stagnant over time
Product Design Intern (Former Employee) – North Olmsted, OH – March 19, 2015
Moen required a lot of old school skills and I learned a lot in that way but the pacing of design felt a little slow and the office environment to be a bit embittered and stagnant. I liked a lot of my coworkers but it wasn't exhilarating to work there.
Good place to work, work hours are hard to maintain.
Material Stocker (Current Employee) – New Bern, NC – February 28, 2015
Daily work is satisfactory at best. Work schedules are not planned very well and part allocation is lacking. It is hard to maintain a home life when daily work schedules are not reasonably decided during the day. Granted the pay and benefits help to overlook the daily upsets.
I received my machine assignments, adjusted machines if parts began to run bad I was in training. I read blueprints for part dimensions. I moved brass to machines, moved finished parts to be washed, inspected work. I had some friendly and helpful co-workers. The most enjoyable and worst part of my job was that as a trainee/beginner I learned a lot but should have learned more because my trainer wouldn't not assist me each time I needed help. I knew nothing about this job before being hired to this position.